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An imaginative and original debut full of compelling characters. About a brave girl who lears to stand on her own two feet. 35,000 copies sold Rights sold: World English (Pushkin Press), German (Thienemann-Esslinger Verlag), French (L’école des loisirs), Polish (Dwie Siostry), Russian (Samokat), Slovenian (Sanje). • Original title: Lampje | 9+ | 328 pages | First published: March 2017

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A nature book with lots to read and look at and plenty to do With illustrations by Fiep Westendorp Featuring photographs and tips from actual forest wardens ‘Stunning […] a book full of fun ideas, which no iPad can compete with.’ Noordhollands Dagblad • Original title: Fiep in de natuur | 4+ | 128 pages | First published: June 2018

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A warm and touching story by an award-winning author Beautifully illustrated by Gouden Penseel winner Marije Tolman For readers of all ages An enchanting picture book about a brave young fox, who relives the first months of his life in a dream • Original title: Vosje | 4+ | 88 pages | First published: September 2018

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A razor-sharp portrait of twelve-year-old Bianca An emotionally charged new gem by Bart Moeyaert With a starring role for a favourite soap actress For all age groups from eleven and up Original title: Tegenwoordig heet Iedereen sorry | 11+ | 136 pages | First published: October 2018


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Puberty, pregnancy: hundreds of books have been written about these great hormonal shuffles in a woman’s life. As author of the How to Survive…-series, which helped thousands of teenagers through a difficult time, Francine Oomen knows what she is talking about. But menopause, the second big hormonal shuffle, has never truly been on the map. So when Oomen experienced this first-hand, she was totally ambushed by the symptoms, from brainfog to mood swings to all kinds of strange ailments. And a writer’s block. But the greatest challenge was perhaps her inner battle with Shrew, her inner critic and slave driver. Her struggle has led to this magnificent graphic memoir. Informative, aesthetically pleasing, comforting, confronting and hilarious, a book that documents a personal journey through an unknown and often challenging territory. A story that also opens our eyes to an important medical and social issue.

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Singel Publishers fiction + non-fiction fall 2018  
Singel Publishers fiction + non-fiction fall 2018  
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